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    right, i see...
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    please explain to me though, how they add to give 10?
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    (Original post by SaccerZD)
    please explain to me though, how they add to give 10?
    That was a joke
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    ok...
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    I know where the ∏ key is on my calculator.

    I use my own memory for more important data, like shopping lists and where my towel is.

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    (Original post by Aitch)
    I know where the ∏ key is on my calculator.

    I use my own memory for more important data, like shopping lists and where my towel is.

    Aitch
    Indeed. Is a male truly a man without knowing exactly where his towel is?
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    Not if the Hitchhiker's Guide has taught me anything.
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    (Original post by Vijay1)
    I know e to 271 digits :p:
    very clever
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    (Original post by Vijay1)
    Yep he recited pi, and you recited the article from:

    http://fullcoverage.yahoo.com/s/nm/2...NlYwMlJVRPUCUl

    Or just copied and pasted it :rolleyes:
    wow.
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    Okay, to the people remembering irrational numbers to n decimal places, why?! Something more useful is the powers of 2 :P
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    I have memorized the powers of 10 to ∞ decimal places, insaaaaane
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    I know 6^3 to 9 sig figs!!!!!!
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    (Original post by SaccerZD)
    I know 6^3 to 9 sig figs!!!!!!

    I know my own name
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    oh... well done
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    (Original post by Vijay1)
    I know e to 271 digits :p:
    pi is way more superior than 'e' :cool:
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    Just saw this on the bbc website and thought it was crazy! I mean how do you learn something like that considering that the pi goes on for infinity and the numbers never form a pattern? I thought I was doing well when I could recite it to 4 decimal places

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asi...ic/4644103.stm
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    That's amazing, I know it upto ~23 digits but 83,000...

    I learn it in blocks of two digits, generally: 3.141-59-26-53-58-97-93-23-84-62-64-33-83-27-95-02 I hope that's correct, if so I know it to 33, 10 more than estimated

    83,000 is just too much though, I think it was shown that using 37 decimal places in a calculation to do with Pi means that you're left with a rounding error so small that it cannot affect anything, though I could be way wrong on that.
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    i know it up to 2k (( damn i thought i was pretty clever but now that i've read this............
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    i'm sure if you didn't learn anything else then most people could do it. but i'd rather learn interesting things!
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    thats really sad...
    uh i mean thats really impressive *eyeroll*
 
 
 

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